The Rockwall City Council held multiple appointments at the regular meeting on July 17, one of which was with a resident concerned about parking in residential areas.Robert Coburn had an appointment with the Rockwall City Council on Monday night during the regular meeting to discuss parking in residential areas.
The Rockwall City Council heard two public hearings that residents spoke strongly against at the regular meeting Monday.The item was a piece of land zoned residential office in which the owners want to put in a Montessori daycare and a general retail store that was planned to have businesses complimentary to the daycare such as music lessons and taekwondo.Multiple people from the adjacent neighborhood spoke against the concept.
The Rockwall Community Playhouse is tying up it’s 2016-2017 season with a teen summer musical — “Disco Inferno” by Justin Sepple and directed by Gene Fields.“Disco Inferno” will begin showing at Rockwall Community Playhouse July 21 at 8 p.m., followed by an 8 p.m. showing on July 22 and a 2 p.m. showing on July 23; July 28 through 30; and Aug. 4-6.On the website, the play is described as “Take a riotous trip back to the decade that brought us flared trousers, platform shoes and glitter.
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Selecting a term
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